Fora Favorites: Our Guide to Big Sky

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Fora’s Take

Iconic landscapes and rugged wilderness await you in Big Sky, and when you’ve had your fill of the outdoors, venture to trendy urban centers for culinary experiences and local shops.

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Big Sky restaurants & bars we love

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Beehive Basin Brewery: Local micro-brewery with a rotating selection of drafts. They don’t serve food but do allow you to bring in food from elsewhere. Growlers available to-go.

Bunker Deck & Grill: Farm-to-table menu with some of the best views in town.

Caliber Coffee: Big Sky's only local roaster, alongside healthy menu options (available in house and to-go). 

Feast Raw Bar & Bistro (Bozeman): Cozy restaurant with a menu inspired by seasonal and local ingredients. Happy hour daily from 5 to 6 pm. 

Horn and Cantle: Lively atmosphere with American fare menu.  

Montana Dinner Yurt: Unique dining experience in a candlelit yurt with live music. Book in advance for the three-hour experience.

Open Range (Bozeman): Classic local steakhouse atmosphere.

Can't-miss Big Sky shops

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Consignment Cabin of Big Sky: Quirky little vintage store perfect for perusing.

Montana Supply Co: Whether you’re searching for outfits for your vacation or that unique western item to take home and add to the collection, Montana Supply is the place to go in Big Sky.

Relic: Home goods and more at this charming and well-curated little shop.

What to do in Big Sky

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Horseback riding: Experience breathtaking scenery on a relaxing ride.

Ousel Falls Trail: A beautiful and well-maintained trail featuring a path that meanders along a stream and leads to the falls. Pack a picnic! For a harder (and rewarding) hike, opt for Beehive Basin Trail. 

Solace Spa & Salon at Big Sky Resort: Find time to unwind and complete your mountain adventure with some R&R time. 

Montana Whitewater: Offers rafting, fly fishing, horseback riding and more.

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